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    Monster problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by md56 View Post
    Multiply through by \sqrt{x-1} and it becomes trivial.
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    Is the answer a fraction?
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    Quote Originally Posted by md56 View Post
    Is the answer a fraction?
    don't know, haven't worked it out.

    There's something wrong with the link, the original equation isn't appearing and I can't see it any more.
    Last edited by Matt Westwood; October 1st 2009 at 10:04 PM.
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